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Davidson High School Recognized for Winning the 2015 Can Do Good Competition
Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood recently awarded $2,500 to Davidson High School in Mobile, Ala., as the overall winner of the 2015 Can Do Good Social Design Build Competition among high schools throughout the Southeast. Can Do Good was started by GMC in 2009 to teach students not only about the architecture, engineering and construction industry through... Read More

An MCPSS original learning model, Talents Unlimited goes worldwide
Don’t be fooled by the name. Talents Unlimited is not about singing and dancing.  However, the program does deal with tapping into a student’s skill set, but through a critical and creative thinking model.  Talents teaches instructors how to address students by increasing student rigor through the model, an idea that is increa... Read More

43 Murphy sophomores sign with University of Alabama to take college classes
Forty-three sophomores at Murphy High School publicly signed up for a one-of-a-kind partnership that Mobile County Public Schools has entered with the University of Alabama Early College. In just a few weeks, these students will begin taking their first UA Early College class at the Murphy University Center. It is the Gateway class, which is an i... Read More

Students create a better world for PTA awards
Students across Mobile County Public Schools were recently awarded for their winning entries in this year's Mobile County PTA (MCCPTA)  Reflections Program.  The theme "The World Would be a Better Place If" was answered by talented students through their works of arts.  The PTA holds this ceremony annually to support the arts in scho... Read More